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What do pterosaurs dinosaurs eat?

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they eat micoscropic plankton

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No. Pterosaurs are extinct and humans never met the dinosaurs/pterosaurs.


Dinosaurs appeared a little bit before the first pterosaurs.


Pterosaurs were not actually dinosaurs. Pterosaurs were flying reptiles that lived alongside dinosaurs between 210 and 65.5 million years ago.



Flying dinosaurs. (Pterosaurs)



By "flying dinosaur" I am assuming you are referring to pterosaurs, which were not dinosaurs, but were reptiles. Pterosaurs did live in England.


Dinosaurs could not not fly but pterosaurs lived during the dinosaurs age and they could fly. pterosaurs are not flying dinosaurs they are flying reptiles that lived at the same time as dinosaurs. Some examples of Pterosaurs are: Pterodon Pterodactlus Hopee this helpsss! from Megggannn


Pterodactylus were pterosaurs, and although pterosaurs are often called "flying dinosaurs," they were not dinosaurs. Pterosaurs were flying reptiles that lived at the same time as dinosaurs, but they don't share the same common ancestor as dinosaurs and thus don't fall into the clade Dinosauria.


No Dinosaurs could fly, you may be thinking of Pterosaurs. A few Pterosaurs are: Pterodactylus, Pteranodon, Dimorphodon, and Quetzalcoatlus.


Pterosaurs are often called "flying dinosaurs" by the public. However, pterosaurs were not actually dinosaurs because they didn't evolve from the same species that all dinosaurs evolved from, and thus pterosaurs don't fall into the evolutionary clade Dinosauria.


There were feathered flying dinosaurs. Some are still around today. They are called birds. The flying "dinosaurs" many people imagine were not dinosaurs but a related group called pterosaurs. Pterosaurs did not have feathers


pteranodns werent dinosaurs they were pterosaurs because dinosaurs could not fly.


Yes. Dinosaurs are prey.


Pterodactylus was a pterosaur, and pterosaurs were archosaurs. All pterosaurs died out 65.5 million years ago. Other types of archosaurs include crocodillians, the dinosaurs, and the birds, which evolved from dinosaurs. The pterosaurs were more closely related to the dinosaurs than they were to crocodillians, so the closest living relatives of pterosaurs are the birds. All birds are equally related to pterosaurs.


Dinosaurs were descended from archosaurs, which include birds, crocodilians and pterosaurs.


Pterodactyls were not dinosaurs.


Pterodactylus was a pterosaur, and pterosaurs were archosaurs. All pterosaurs died out 65.5 million years ago. Other types of archosaurs include crocodillians, the dinosaurs, and the birds, which evolved from dinosaurs. The pterosaurs were more closely related to the dinosaurs than they were to crocodillians, so the closest living relatives of pterosaurs are the birds. All birds are equally related to pterosaurs.


No dinosaurs specifically lived in the water. Plesiosaurs, pliosaurs, mosasaurs and ichthyosaurs lived in the water (but are not DINOSAURS). They are reptiles but not dinosaurs. They co-inhabited the planet with dinosaurs, in the same way that the pterosaurs ruled the air. Pterosaurs were not dinosaurs either.


There are no flying dinosaurs. All dinosaurs lived on land. You are thinking of pterosaurs. Some pterosaurs included Pterodactylus, Pteranodon, Dimorphodon, and Quetzalcolactus. There were crosses between dinosaurs and birds, though. Like, Archaeopteryx, for example, or Avisaurus. There were pterosaurs, too. Examples includes: Quetzalcoatlus, Rhamphorhnychus, Dimorphodon, Pteranodon, Pterodactylus and Sordes.


Pterodactyl was a genus of pterosaurs and not a dinosaur.Although they are closely related pterosaurs evolved from the ancestors of dinosaurs, pterosaurs and crocodilians, the archosaurs before dinosaurs evolved.The only dinosaurs that could fly where feathered dinosaurs that would one day evolve into birds. (Because of similarities in the morphology of birds and dinosaurs, scientist are actually beginning to consider birds as not only evolving from dinosaurs but actually being dinosaurs in there own right.)


If varies depending on the type of pterosaur. Most pterosaurs are believed to have eaten sea food such as fish, and also insects. It is even believed that the largest pterosaurs ate small dinosaurs!


dinosaurs did not fly. you may be thinking of pterosaurs. they were not dinosaurs the first pterosaur was petinosaurs


A dinosaur with winds and a beak is called a bird. Sometimes pterosaurs are said to be this, but this is in correct as pterosaurs were not dinosaurs.


Pterodactylus was a flying reptile, or pterosaur. Pterosaurs were not dinosaurs.



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